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CAMERA OBSCURA
Feminism, Culture, And Media Studies


- First issue: 1976
- Published 3 times per year.
- Published by Duke University Press
- Website: cameraobscura.dukejournals.org

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Durham
United States
Last updated:
21 October 2017

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Garry Malvern
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Issue 74
Vol 25 # 2
September/October/November 2010

Pink Technology: Mediamaking Gear for Girls Mary Celeste Kearney
Mika Rottenberg's Productive Bodies Hsuan L. Hsu
"Would you like to sin with Elinor Glyn?" Film as a Vehicle of Sensual Education Laura Horak
The Front Lawn of Heaven: Landscape in Hollywood Melodrama circa 1945 Jennifer Peterson
In Practice: Activist Video Documenting Modern-Day Slavery in the Dominican Republic: An Interview with Amy Serrano Michael T. Martin
Maquilapolis: An Interview with Vicky Funari and Sergio de la Torre Rosa-Linda Fregoso
Why Isn't Michelle Lopez on Judge Judy? Citizenship and Televisuality in Hima B.'s And I Do Survive Ani Maitra.


Issue 73
Vol 25 # 1
April/May/June 2010

Ned Schantz
Hospitality and the Unsettled Viewer: Hitchcock's Shadow Scenes
Linda Williams
Cluster Fuck: The Forcible Frame in Errol Morris's Standard Operating Procedure
Richard Pope
Affects of the Gaze: Post-Oedipal Desire and the Traversal of Fantasy in Blade Runner
Scott Balcerzak
Laurel and Hardy Queer the Fraternity: The Comedy Duo and Heterosexual Brotherhood in Sons of the Desert
Julie Levin Russo
Show Me Yours: Cyber-Exhibitionism from Perversion to Politics
Anna E. Ward
Pantomimes of Ecstasy: BeautifulAgony.com and the Representation of Pleasure


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Issue 71
Vol 24 # 2
September/October/November/December 2009

Rosalind Galt
Pretty: Film Theory, Aesthetics, and the History of the Troublesome Image
Belinda Smaill
The Documentaries of Kim Longinotto: Women, Change, and Painful Modernity
Constantin Parvulescu
Betrayed Promises: Politics and Sexual Revolution in the Films of Marta Meszaros, Milo Forman, and Duan Makavejev
Suzanne Gauch
Now You See It, Now You Don't: Transnational Feminist Spectatorship and Farida Benlyazid's A Door to the Sky
K K Seet
Mothers and Daughters: Abjection and the Monstrous-Feminine in Japan's Dark Water and South Korea's A Tale of Two Sisters
Ewan Kirkland
Masculinity in Video Games: The Gendered Gameplay of Silent Hill
Call for Submissions: In Practice: Feminism/Culture/Media


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